This is a discussion on Anyone using Pigeon teats? within the Newborn Baby and Infant Care (up to 12 months old) forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Dear Mummies, Are any of you bottle-feeding your babies using Pigeon teats? My dear daughter was using S size but ...
Are any of you bottle-feeding your babies using Pigeon teats?
My dear daughter was using S size but her feeding time has been really long lately so I switched her teat to Ysize (non-drip). With the Ysize teat, she finishes her milk in about 10mins. The problem is, I notice that the teat often collapses and gets "sucked" back into the cap!
Anyone encountered this problem??? Tried 'M' on her but she dribbles like crazy so 'M' is out.
I did...but because the Ysize teat is anti-drip, when I remove it from her mouth, it remains flat. I have to use my fingers to pinch it back into shape!
Did you encounter this problem with Ysize? BTW, I'm using the Peristaltic range.
Last edited by sugarcookie; 09-07-2009 at 02:50 PM.
If the flow for M size is too much for yr darling to take, you can try poking some holes on S size 1st, until she can take M size. Usually you can just turn the bottle, the teat will goes back to the original shape... dont't need to use fingers to pinch it back ..
I'm using Pigeon teats for my baby gal since her birth and every thing turns out quite well, Ysize teat is not suitable for drinking milk cos the hole is too big and i have chk with the promoter before, she say that Ysize teat is use only when you add cereal to her milk then only you required Ysize teat in order for the cereals to flow out easily n not get stuck... and as for S teat, you can make the hole bigger 1st then use M teat later on... and maybe you can try avoid turning the bottle cap too tightly to the bottle cos it can more or less restrict the flow of milk too...
Last edited by annie03; 09-07-2009 at 03:02 PM.
Rem to use sterilised needles to poke if you do so. Can be bought at pharmacy.
Yea, dont't turn too tight the cap..